Answer - by Rishabh jain
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Rishabh jain, Student at IIT BHU.
Answered 11 months ago
Try to grow lean.What mistake that quora is making is that I don't think it is growing lean. They don't even seem to know that their users don't like few features and their some features that can be ... read more
Answer - by Shreevatsa Acharya
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Shreevatsa Acharya, MBBS from KMC Mangaluru, Manipal University (expected 2023)
Answered 11 months ago


Answer - by Prasanna Naidu

How can fake news aimed at appeasing minorities be curbed?

It has been a recent trend to blame the majority of intolerance and try to appease minorities in a desperate attempt of destroying culture, politics and our secularism. What can we do to reduce this?
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Prasanna Naidu, YouTuber at PNviews
Answered 11 months ago
Stick to the Constitution in the real sense.This trend is followed on both the sides. The Left side gets highlighted more because so called intellectuals with left leaning thought process are more in ... read more
Answer - by Sidharth Sabat
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Sidharth Sabat, Amateur artist | Avid reader| Ambitious writer
Answered 11 months ago
Ever heard of The disobedient hero?Heroes are said to be virtuous, right?So how come one can be disobedient.There was this guy. But our guy wasn’t like you and me. Obviously, he wouldn’t be ... read more
Answer - by Sayak Biswas

Should contesting elections from different places be prohibited in India?

PM Modi contested elections from two constituencies in 2014. In 2019, the same was done by Rahul Gandhi.
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Sayak Biswas, PG in Illumination Technology, Jadavpur University
Answered 11 months ago
In a word, yes.Under most cases, people contest elections from two different places when they happen to be unsure of a victory in one place. So basically one place serves as a safe bet. However, ... read more
Answer - by Dharun Senthilkumar
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Dharun Senthilkumar, Liberal, Leftist, and a Follower of Dravidian Ideology
Answered 11 months ago (Edited 11 months ago)
Why are RWs afraid of LWs?This is my first answer on Chanqya!Well, who said that Right Wingers are afraid of Left Wingers? No Right Winger is afraid of a Left Winger nor no Left Winger is afraid of a ... read more
Answer - by Rishabh jain
RI
Rishabh jain, Student at IIT BHU.
Answered 11 months ago
Memory management is very important for a programmer. Understanding how memory is managed by languages is very important. C is good for beginners because the memory management is directly in the hand ... read more
Answer - by Rishabh jain
RI
Rishabh jain, Student at IIT BHU.
Answered 11 months ago
If I need to be honest:Quora is better, as of now, I mean all the features that this website offers are also offered by quora. I am completely satisfied with the quora's moderations, in part cause I ... read more
Answer - by Shekhar Kumar
Because, most likely, I was going to be banned anyway. So I deleted my Quora account voluntarily and since then I was waiting for Dr. Dhamija's alternative which he had announced while I was there. I ... read more
Answer - by shantanu pandey
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shantanu pandey, Software Engineer
Answered 11 months ago (Edited 11 months ago)
Hi, Glad that you asked this question.I myself have been using Quora from last 3 to 4 years(approximately), and I'm one of the fan of @ashokdhamija's answers.When I heard that Ashok Dhamija is making ... read more
Answer - by Rama Chandra
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Rama Chandra, Random mechanical engineer
Answered 11 months ago
I haven't left quora yet, but I was very happy to see India's own version of quora. So I am here to encourage and explore along with other friends. This platform should reach more foreigners also to ... read more
Answer - by Ashok Dhamija

What is Business model of chAnQya.com, is it same as Quora .i.e. will it give ads, when enough users are available ?

Just curious about to know how chanqya earn, so that it can operate and be successful.
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Ashok Dhamija, Supreme Court Advocate, Ex-IPS, Founder of chAnQya.com
Answered 11 months ago
In one of my recent answers on chAnQya (Does ChAnQya have plans to reward it's top contributors?), I have explained that right now, I have funded chanqya.com from my own financial resources, ... read more
Answer - by Ayush
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Ayush
Answered 11 months ago (Edited 11 months ago)
Teacher plays an important role for society and nation building. All the things that I am going to write down are based upon my experiences while studying in govt. school.In the old days, and even ... read more
Answer - by Chandramohan Parashar

Why India and Pakistan both claim success in Today's kulbhushan Jadav case at International court of Justice?

I have seen tweet of Pak journalist claim win in case and Indian media and government also claim success. Could someone elaborate please.
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Chandramohan Parashar, Frictionaly Unemployed
Answered 11 months ago
actually, this is proof India and Pakistan live in a parallel universe, however, is India universe is rooted in reality while Pakistan"s is quite delusional. the judgment of ICJ on Kulbhushan Jadhav ... read more
Answer - by Ashok Dhamija
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Ashok Dhamija, Supreme Court Advocate, Ex-IPS, Founder of chAnQya.com
Answered 11 months ago
Do you know that more than 500 hours of content in video format is uploaded by all users on YouTube in every single minute.This means that every day, more than 720,000 hours of video content is ... read more
Answer - by Karan Chawda

How long would it take to make the entire country successfully work cashless?

Cashless transactions are transparent and easy to trace. Considering how much efforts the government is putting towards reducing the use of cash, by when can we have an economy where only smallest transactions are done in cash mode?
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Karan Chawda, Software Engineer
Answered 11 months ago
India is one of the biggest countries in the world with a huge population of almost 1.3 Billion where more than half of the population is living in rural areas.Considering the above facts it is ... read more
Answer - by Ashok Dhamija
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Ashok Dhamija, Supreme Court Advocate, Ex-IPS, Founder of chAnQya.com
Answered 11 months ago
Do you know which are top 10 websites in the world, as per Alexa rankings?The top-most site in the World is Google (google.com). But, it has a very simple and minimal design. Almost empty page and no ... read more
Answer - by Ishan Bhavsar

How can India tackle water crisis?

Chennai is facing a severe water crisis today. If left unchecked, many other cities will also face similar problem. How can India save itself from such a fate?
Conserve and save..Let me explain I am a resident doctor of the biggest hospital in Gujarat.The taps are in worst condition in whole hospital and hostel.They are continuously leaking.No one cares if ... read more
Answer - by Ishan Bhavsar

I ll respect her decision but also make sure she is not being trapped..Personally I feel one should marry in one’s own faith..but thats her decision afterall..

Answer - by Virat Kumar
The word Krishna is Hindi word which was name of the lord of Hindu religion. The lord Krishna'face color was black but not proper block. So Krishna's parent named Krishna which means KALA. Thank ... read more
Answer - by Seetaraman Iyer
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Seetaraman Iyer, Mumbaikar, Foodie and Pluviophile
Answered 11 months ago (Edited 11 months ago)

Krishna's maternal grandfather was Devaka and paternal grandfather's name was Surasena

Answer - by Seetaraman Iyer
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Seetaraman Iyer, Mumbaikar, Foodie and Pluviophile
Answered 11 months ago
Lord Krishna is very easy to approach for His devotees, You can connect with Him through his teachings from Bhagavad Gita, which are everfresh and fragrant even after so many thousand years of being ... read more
Answer - by Pritesh Pawar
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Pritesh Pawar, Helping Businesses to Flourish Online | Digital Marketer
Answered 11 months ago (Edited 11 months ago)
Live tracking every train on your smartphoneThis should have been done a very long time ago. But it is fine. Better late than never.Image: The StatesmanRight now, there are a few websites and apps ... read more
Answer - by Harshil Mehta
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Harshil Mehta, Electrical Engineer, Columnist
Answered 11 months ago
It’s story of a clever student who prepared for exam throughout an year. He rejected his comfort zone. He became infallible in his studies.But he felt himself depressed on the D-day outside exam ... read more
Answer - by Rohit Bhardwaj

Is it practicable and advisable to have separate police officers for investigation and law & order, as planned by Bihar?

https://indianexpress.com/article/india/bihar-police-stations-to-have-separate-officers-for-investigation-and-law-and-order-5838701/
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Rohit Bhardwaj, Medico, Writer and Thinker
Answered 11 months ago (Edited 11 months ago)
Sir, I think both law-order and investigation are interconnected so I don't think we need separate police officers for both.Also, having separate police officers for both will create more complexity ... read more